Client Newsletter CA(SA)DotNews
Let SAICA help you 'Protect and Expand Your Client Base' with an integrated range of Marketing and Communication Services.
Your CA(SA)DotNews client newsletter will market your firm to all your existing and prospective clients for you:
At minimal cost
With minimal effort
To maximum effect
How It Works
Every month your clients and prospective clients receive a personalised e-newsletter (view a sample here) sent to them via e-mail under your firm's compliments slip. The information in CA(SA)DotNews is short, simple and topical - information of practical interest and value to your clients, information that will encourage them to seek your advice and assistance. You will also receive the 'Accountant version' of CA(SA)DotNews before the 'Client version' is sent to your clients. The 'Accountant version' has case and other references for your use only with hyperlinks to our source material on the Internet.
SAICA urges members to take advantage of the discounted price which it has negotiated for members - this highly effective and very professional marketing tool is designed specifically to benefit small and medium practices. There is a one-off set up charge of R500 excluding VAT. Thereafter all you pay is a monthly subscription fee of R495 excluding VAT for up to 500 clients (or R745 excluding VAT for 501 - 1,000 clients; please ask us to quote for larger client lists).
Full details of the system are on the CA(SA)DotNews website. You can choose which newsletter option is best for your firm by comparing them here and viewing samples here. The pricing quoted above is for the “Classic” newsletter option. DotNews also offers a full suite of marketing services integrated with your CA(SA)DotNews client newsletter, including Social Media, Websites, Blogs, Email Branding and other services – see the DotNews Services section for more.
CA(SA) August 2019 Headlines
• Buy/Sell Insurance and Key Person Policies Can Save Your Business
- Buy/sell policies
- Key person insurance
• If Artificial Intelligence Is Not That Intelligent, Should We Be Worried About Our Jobs?
- Will AI get “intelligent”?
- So, what happens to our jobs?
• The Big Mac Index Says the Rand is Way Undervalued
- Purchasing Power Parity (PPP)
- The Big Mac Index
- How do we compare worldwide?
SARS: Changes to the Employer Statement of Account
Your Tax Deadlines for August 2019
To subscribe, and for any queries about the offering:
Contact Jeanne Viljoen at SAICA, or Jack Crook at DotNews. Alternatively send an email to email@example.com.